Tucker Carlson Is Right About Wall Street’s Indifference To America By Willis L. Krumholz for The Federalist
GNN Note – If don’t watch Tucker Carlson you may want to give it a try. If you do, and you caught the last two nights, then you already know about Sydney, Nebraska, the former home of Cabella’s headquarters. This is one of those situations that can be easily overlooked as just another sad story about a company being bought by a larger company and then the former being shut down. However, in light of what has been happening to our country for the past 4-5 decades, by a handful of satanic globalist like the people Tucker Carlson addresses, this story is much, much deeper. It speaks directly to the issues that we have been discussing throughout 2019 and the “Essence of Collapse”.
Mergers happen, companies see the benefit of merging their technologies, employees and business goals which benefit all. Vulture capitalist, filthy hedge fund scum, like the one discussed below, serve no purpose except to drain the resources of communities, people and the nation for their own small minded benefit. I would encourage you to watch the last two nights of Tucker Carlson – click here, Dec 3 and here, Dec 4 – to see for yourself. The article below speaks directly to the issues Mr. Carlson brings to the kitchen table.
Right now, the interests of the GOP donor class are being put above the interests of the American people, and easily 90 percent of GOP voters. It’s beyond time for that to change.
“One of the big factors in this slow-moving disaster is the utter transformation in the way our leaders think about the gilded economy,” said Carlson. During the last gilded age, the ruling class was rich, “but it was still a recognizably American class,” that “felt some obligation to the country around them.” No longer.
s an example of this shift in civic duty, Carlson cited Paul Singer, a billionaire investor who runs a hedge fund called Elliot Management Corporation (EMC). Singer is worth more than $3 billion, and has long been active in Republican Party politics.
Singer was a large funder to George W. Bush’s two presidential campaigns, and to Mitt Romney in 2012. During the Republican primaries in 2016, Singer supported Sen. Marco Rubio, and gave $1 million to an anti-Trump PAC. When Trump won the election, Singer gave $1 million to Trump’s inaugural committee.
Like most other members of the Republican establishment and donor class, Singer supports tax cuts and most types of deregulation, but is socially liberal and pro-mass-migration. He also supports an interventionist foreign policy overseas.
Profiting from People’s Misery
Carlson slammed Singer’s EMC for buying sovereign debt from financially distressed countries, calling this “vulture capitalism.” He went on to rake Singer over the coals because he has “made billions by buying large stakes in American companies, then firing workers, driving up short-term share prices, and in some cases taking government bail-outs.”